Sunday, March 24, 2002

The famous photos of the Pentagon which show a hole insufficiently wide to fit the damage that would have been caused by a Boeing 757 are somewhat misleading. Except for the last photos of the series, these pictures show the damage after the wall collapsed. Pictures before the wall collapsed, when the firefighters were still trying to put the (oddly small) fire out, show an even smaller hole, insufficient for even the fuselage of the patsy plane (I call it 'Lee Harvey Boeing'), let alone the wings. Perhaps the defenders of the official story would like us to believe that the plane went in through an open window.